Fri., June 15, 2018, 7:08 p.m.
UPDATED: Thu., June 14, 2018, 10:37 p.m.
SR Story | Almira/Coulee-Hartline came out Saturday at Wheeler Field and managed to complete one of the toughest task in all of sports when the Warriors defeated Colton 8-4 to remain undefeated on the season while capturing a State 1B baseball title in one fell swoop.
SR Story | Michael Coumont had come to Yakima seven times with Freeman High School teammates in search of state championships in basketball and baseball. Three times he’d been on the losing end of state title games in basketball.
SR Story | Freeman’s Scotties got off the County Stadium schneid in a big way Friday, scoring five runs in the first three innings and toppling Cedar Park Christian 13-1 in six innings the State 1A baseball semifinals.
SR Story | It was the last hurrah in a season of many for Gonzaga Prep boys soccer. It was the last hurrah in a season of many for Gonzaga Prep boys soccer. The Bullpups wrung every ounce of drama out of Tuesday night’s District 8 4A boys …
SR Story | Just minutes after winning his fourth state championship event, Charles Johnson was only thinking of doughnuts. Tasty treats are a bit of a vice for the stellar senior sprinter from Cheney and on this day were well deserved.
SR Story | Seconds never tasted any better for Julia Hayes. The Valley Christian junior finished according to seed Friday at the State 1A, 2B, 1B track and field championships at Eastern Washington University.
SR Story | There’s a chance Samara Nelson could have had a huge case of “fear of missing out” in March when she watched the Central Valley girls basketball team claim the title at the GEICO Nationals Tournament in New York City.
SR Story | It was a successful weekend for Freeman’s Andy Simmerman who placed second at the state 1B/2B/1A tournament on Saturday at the Yakima Tennis Club. He beat Ezra Magaram of Seattle Academy 7-6, 4-6, 7-6 in the semifinals.
SR Story | Elizabeth Grubb and Katie Keifer of Chewelah took seventh place in state 1B/2B/1A tennis on Saturday at the Yakima Tennis Club. They lost to Coupeville’s Payton Renninger and Payton Aparicio 6-2, 6-3.
SR Story | High school can be tough for any 14-year-old, but Gonzaga Prep freshman Callah Preti had an interesting experience in the middle of her ninth-grade year. In January, she was relocated more than 2,500 miles to Liberty Lake from her home in North Carolina when her …